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Irish Two Part Cut Glass Standing Bowl c1830

Heading : Two part cut glass standing bowl
Date : c1830
Period : George III
Origin : Gatchell Walpole, Waterford, Ireland
Colour : Clear, with high lead blue hue associated with Irish glass.
Rim : Scallop cut
Bowl : Deep flute cuts
Stand : Matching flute cutting with stepped prism cutting between
Pontil
: Star cut
Glass Type : Lead
Size : 21.2cm tall and 28.2cm in diameter
Condition : Very good, minor grazing to the cutting as expected, one scratch on the inside of the bowl. Two chips to the base of the bowl measuring 15mm and 5mm and one chip to the rim of the stand measuring 16mm at its widest extent. These chips have arisen when the bowl is placed upon the stand. They are are hidden from view and can only be seen when dismantled.
Restoration : None
Weight : 3214 grams in total

References : A similar example can be seen in Irish Glass by Phelps Warren page 127 plate 92 and page 128 plate 93 with prismatic cutting associated with Gatchells and Walpole Waterford

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  • Product Code: 2017051975
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  • £850.00


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